posted by Deb on .
What is a predicate adjective and how is it used correctly?
A predicate adjective is on the "other" side of a linking verb from the subject -- and it modifies the subject.
John is tall.
The teacher is talented.
A predicate adjective is an adjective that follows a linking verb and describes the subject.
His girlfriend is very pretty.
Dorothy seemed uneasy.
The things in the dishwasher are dirty.
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